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Do you have a B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering? Related Fields Considered
Are you familiar with CAD, and SolidWorks?
Do you have 10 years of equipment/ component design experience? relevant M.S. degree credited as two years of experience.
If you said yes to all of these, you could be part of a team of innovators that create technologies to provide safe, affordable, and abundant carbon-free energy. Thomas Thors client is founded by the most innovative minds who aim to create history by helping provide environmentally friendly forms of nuclear energy more securely and affordably. You could be working for a company that not only cares about improving human health but also desires to be the most efficient and net zero waste company. Along with working from home, with supplied equipment, you could be eligible for health benefits, life insurance, workers comp, and paid sick leave. As a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer, you will be creating design solutions and preliminary design development of various nuclear reactor structures.
Design of reactor structures and components from requirements through final design.
Coordinate inputs and requirements from Engineering and Project teams to produce equipment and components design solutions.
Perform scoping analysis and calculations for design options.
Interface with the teams engineering analysis activities.
Present equipment and components design results for design reviews.
Assess technical merit of solutions provided by team members, including leading design reviews.
Interface with junior engineers and subcontractors, providing direction and mentoring.
Support continuous learning and application of nuclear industry best practices to maintain the highest quality of engineering design and proactively identify process change/enhancement opportunities.
Required Qualifications and Skills
Education: B.S. degree in Mechanical engineering or equivalent preferred
Minimum of ten years of equipment/component design experience; relevant M.S. degree credited as two years of experience.
Familiarity with CAD, and SolidWorks preferred.
Experience in finite element stress analysis, mechanical analysis methods, and commercial mechanical stress analysis modeling tools with an emphasis on ANSYS.
Experience in Design for Manufacturability (DFM) and Design for Assembly (DFA).
Excellent writing and communication skills.
Strong analytical/problem-solving skills, creative thinker.
Ability to work with minimum direction to solve challenging problems.
Ability to work on multiple tasks concurrently during a given work week.
Working experience with design codes such as the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section III, or Section VIII is desirable.
Experience writing design specifications.
Experience in seismic analysis of equipment or components; in particular, experience with response spectrum and time history modeling techniques in accordance with the requirements of ASCE 4, ASCE 7, and/or ASCE 43 is highly desirable.
The successful candidate will possess a high degree of trust and integrity, communicate openly and display respect and a desire to foster teamwork.